Prof. Chemerinsky and Salinas v. Texas- Differing Invocations Recommended for the Fifth Amendment Magic Words, Part 2
On July 23, 2013 I had an opportunity to hear Prof. Chemerinsky speak in an event sponsored by the San Diego chapter of the Federal Bar Association. The renowned constitutional law professor's topic was the Supreme Court year in review. Most lawyers will remember Prof. Chemerinsky as the Bar/Bri Constitutional Law lecturer- he gives a 16 hour, two day lecture without using any notes. Part 1 of this blog post can be found here.
In the previous entry we discussed Prof. Chemerinsky and his talk on the Supreme Court year in review. The case Salinas v. Texas was discussed and I mentioned I had two objections with Prof. Chemerinsky's talk. The first one is related to his "magic words" and the second will be discussed further in this blog entry.